Incomplete record-keeping at UT football games was noted in the university’s audit.BLADE An internal audit of the University of Toledo’s department of athletics found thousands of dollars in discrepancies, improper cash handling, irregular and incomplete record keeping, missing funds, and no oversight from the head of the department. Zaworski had unchecked control over the athletic department’s money as well as funds from the university’s Rocky’s Locker merchandise stores, which has locations at Savage Arena and Franklin Park Mall.● Documentation from game day parking revealed thousands of dollars were missing. Zaworski waited months to make cash deposits after UT sporting events, jumbled revenue sources, deposited insufficient funds, and, in a few cases, did not make deposits at all.● He made more than ,000 worth of delayed deposits after the university began its audit.The Rockets take the field at the Glass Bowl in September.Anthony Zaworski, the associate director of UT athletics for finance, was fired in October.Destruction: The home with nine people inside was swept off its foundations, pictured.
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They are out of touch with the values, morals and convictions that build strong families, secure communities, healthy societies and prosperous nations.
Thus, the moral fabric of most societies is being stretched and tested to its outer limits.